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Creative Hobbycraft

Creative Hobbycraft. Sell your Craft Today

How to make money from your craft hobby

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Creative Hobbycraft. If you make crafts as a hobby, you may have daydreamed about turning it into a money-making business.

But there’s no reason to assume it has to stay a daydream.

There are many examples of people who have managed to achieve just this.

One example is   selling knitted animal heads in the style of wall-mounted hunting trophies.

Another making money from their craft is creating handmade greetings cards.

What these two have in common is that both, these entrepreneurs started their business using a selling platform. like Bidallhours.

This website allows individuals to sell craft items through their online shop and there are many more people who have been able to monetise their hobby.

With Etsy now reaching close to a million online stores, there is a lot of competition for business.

Resulting in a crowded marketplace.

Other websites can offer a similar service.

Whichever route you go down, there are a number of things to consider if you want to try to become one of these success stories.

Creative Hobbycraft. Online

There are several options for websites to sell your wares on.

As well as Etsy, Amazon and eBay both offer online shops, but they all charge a fee for listing your items.

Consequently you pay a small amount regardless of whether someone buys.

Furthermore take a percentage of your earnings from anything you do sell.

You could go it alone and set up a Facebook page for your business –  it’s a bit more hands on.

Although you’d have to manage any sales yourself by either invoicing or sending them a link to your Paypal.

Kickstarter has a craft project section .

Which has the benefit that will be able to gauge demand before committing yourself to a product range.

Knowing you’ve got guaranteed sales before you start producing your items.

Bidallhours , power  is Knowledge.

Make sure you do your research.

This includes looking at the different outlet options to assess:

What sort of competition is out there

What is selling

How to market your item in terms of images, descriptions, customisation options.

Also what ever else you can think of.

Your product must stand out from the crowd.

Creative Hobbycraft

Having seen what else is in the marketplace.

Bidallhours marketplace will compare favourably  for your proposed products. With what else is on offer.

If not, you will have to consider your options .

Work hard at improving your craft to meet the level of the marketplace.

Also look at doing something very unique and unlike anything else available.

If you can create a product that no-one else is producing you will definitely stand out and make sales .

Assuming there is demand for it.

It’s important to remember that most businesses do not make a profit in their first year.

Also the same will apply even more so with a small business if you have to buy any tools or bulk purchase materials.

As a resul the more you put in, the more you are likely to get out.

Gauge at what level you are comfortable operating.

You may be just looking to sell one or two items a month simply to allow you to continue with your hobby.

It’s all about the money

You need to ensure you price your product appropriately.

Remember that turnover does not equal profit.

Although take into account all of your costs.

This will be the obvious costs, such as materials, postage.

There are no fees  to pay , when bidallhours is your chosen outlet.

You will also want to add on costs for wear and tear on any equipment you might use or even rental costs if you need to hire a room or storage, plus a little extra for profit for yourself.

The profit element will probably be dependent on where you want to position yourself in the market place, which you’ll need to judge from your research.

Finally our customers advertise their website here for free.

The ability to analyse your sales is very useful.

Bidallhours online stores will allow you to do so,  you should log your sales as much as possible.

Viewers of The Apprentice would have heard Alan Sugar telling contestants to “smell what sells.”

If you have more than one product  then knowing where you are making your sales.

Creative Hobbycraft will allow you to allocate your products more profitability.

Creative Hobbycraft

Creative-style networks are really taking off.

These networks might be totally wrong for the type of product that you’re looking to sell.

But if you’re not tied down already, then these networks are worth the time to try out.

If you want to dodge the competition altogether, you should build your own online store.

If you want to avoid competition, listing fees and paying commissions, then consider running your own online store.

It’s a little more work to get set up .(unless you

Use a store builder like BIDALLHOURS stores and to promote.

As a result the bigger picture it can be a hugely profitable option.

While at that, if you’re looking for more profitable products to sell, you can learn more about Salehoo 

Which can help you source profitable products from low cost suppliers.

Be sure to also check these Salehoo reviews by our customers before you decide.

Finally, if you’re an enthusiast for selling one type of product .

But you don’t want to build your own site.

Creative Hobbycraftit’s worth looking into niche-specific marketplaces.

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Royal College of Art

Royal College of Art Refashioning the Internet

 

Royal College of Art Gravity Sketch.

InnovationRCA launches First50 Scale-Up programme

To connect their start-ups with industry mentors and help them reach greater heights

The Royal College of Art’s centre for enterprise and entrepreneurship,

Innovation RCA, has reached a significant milestone on its journey, helping 82 graduates launch more than 50 spinouts.

These companies range from one producing a vegan leather alternative made from pineapple leaves,

To making clothes that expand as children grow and another producing concrete material available in a roll.

Collectively these companies have created more than 650 UK jobs and generated more than £87 million turnover in the last 10 years.
A number of InnovationRCA’s companies have either achieved the status of scale-up* or are very close to achieving this.

To help these companies reach the next level and create successful and sustainable British companies,

Innovation RCA has launched a new First50 Scale-Up programme

Which will pair InnovationRCA entrepreneurs with senior executives from industry to foster future heavyweight talent in innovation and disruption.

Innovation RCA director, Dr Nadia Danhash, said:

‘The First50 Scale-Up programme is about so much more than celebrating the achievements of our graduate companies.

It’s about recognising their potential to scale to even greater heights,

Create more jobs and exports, improve more people’s lives and change the world we live in.

We’ve been with them from day one and we will continue to stand with them.

Shoulder to shoulder and support them with this new scale-up programme.’

Royal College of Art Vice-Chancellor, Dr Paul Thompson, said:

‘We are so pleased to be launching the First50 Scale-Up programme of support

That says that the RCA is your partner for life and will continue to support you long after you’ve graduated.

We must give thanks to a number of senior executives from global and British large corporations

Having agreed to become scale-up business fellows.

Giving up their time to meet our founders and provide insights to help these companies grow.’

*The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) definition of a scale-up

Which is a company that has 10 or more employees and is growing at a rate of 20% year on year for three years.
InnovationRCA’s Success Stories

IKAWA – Maker of the World’s First Digital Micro Coffee Roaster


Founded by Royal College of Art graduates Andrew Stordy and Rombout Frieling,

IKAWA, is a scaleup that’s created a micro-roasting system that is revolutionising the word of coffee for producers and consumers.

Designed and made in the UK and selling in over 70 countries,

The IKAWA vision is to change the coffee industry for the benefit of coffee growers as well as coffee drinkers,

By facilitating a rewarding trading relationship with smallholder coffee farmers and helping them improve their coffee quality.

Coffee enthusiasts order green, unroasted beans, which are then roasted at the push of a button and ground in an IKAWA Home Roaster.

Industry professionals can use the Pro Roaster to test new harvests and replicate these roasts when back in the office.

So simple, the whole family can use it. It’s powerful and its capability only grows with your curiosity.

ROLI – Creating new music-making devices for the digital age


Design-led music technology company ROLI, develops hardware and software products to make music creation more connected and accessible for everyone.

ROLI’s first product, the Seaboard, reimagined the piano keyboard as a soft touch-responsive, continuous surface combining the expressive capabilities of multiple instruments in one interface.

Founded at InnovationRCA, ROLI which grew out of RCA alum Roland Lamb’s graduation project, exports its products to over 40 countries.

Plumis – A fire detection and suppression company that produces Automist®, a simple, retrofittable, sprinkler-alternative that detects and puts out fires without soaking homes


Automist began as a student project at the Royal College of Art and was supported and backed by InnovationRCA.

This young company is winner of numerous international awards including the James Dyson Award and a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation – the UK’s highest accolade for business success – in recognition of outstanding innovative achievements by demonstrating commercial success through innovative products and Build It Awards 2016’s  Best Home Technology Product.

Automist has been installed in more than 3000 UK homes.

Concrete Canvas – Maker of Concrete Canvas, concrete on a roll


Concrete Canvas® is a flexible, concrete impregnated fabric that hardens on hydration to form a thin, durable, waterproof and fire-resistant concrete layer.

It prevents erosion control, containment and rapidly deployable hardened shelters.

Used in over 80 countries and employing more than 30 people.

Concrete Canvas was ranked the 16th fastest growing UK company by Sunday Times

Fast Track 100’ (2015) and won the Queen’s Award for Innovation in Enterprise in 2014.

Concrete Canvas grew out of Royal College of Art.

Graduates William Crawford and Peter Brewin’s project of rapidly deployable shelters for humanitarian disaster relief.

Loowatt – Maker of a waterless toilet and waste processing system that converts waste into fuel and fertiliser


Founder Virginia Gardiner created Loowatt while studying for her Masters in Industrial Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art.

In addition to installing over 100 household toilets in drought-stricken Madagascar, Loowatt also provides luxury ‘super loos.

Servicing music festivals and large-scale outdoor events in the UK, including the 2018 wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in Windsor, UK.

The Loowatt team is made up of designers, engineers, tech-experts and business people, all of whom are committed to creating a paradigm shift in sanitation.

The company has received several large awards from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Innovate UK and is backed by a number of investors.

Ananas Anam – Maker of the world’s first sustainable leather alternative: Piñatex®


Piñatex® is an innovative natural textile made from pineapple leaf fibre; the by-product of existing agriculture.

Using waste leaf fibres creates an additional income stream for farming communities in countries that need it most.

Piñatex® is a natural, sustainably-sourced, cruelty free material and is the first fabric to receive a “PETA-Approved Vegan” certification.

Ananas Anam Founder Dr Carmen Hijosa created Piñatex® while studying for a PhD in Textiles the Royal College of Art. Carmen is also a winner of InnovateUK’s Women in Innovation Awards 2016.

TG0 – Developer of a tactile interactive control technology


Almost all electronic product controls have the same limitation:

Bundles of on/off buttons that are rigid and uninspiring to use, expensive and complicated to manufacture.

TG0 produces controls that are simple and cheap to manufacture, ergonomic and friendlier to the environment.

Also TG0 is an award winning start-up creating a platform technology with a wide range of applications- from automotive interiors and consumer electronics to gaming consoles.

Furthermore TG0 was invented by Founder Ming Kong while he was studying Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art. The technology is patent pending.

Gravity Sketch – The company’s immersive 3D technology allows users to explore and communicate their ideas directly in 3D though AR and VR


An intuitive creation tool with a re-imagined user experience designed for mixed reality,

Gravity Sketch’s allows users to seamlessly export content in a variety of formats giving them the freedom to take design to the next phase.

Create 3D models, concept drafts, and work in a fast and intuitive way through the use of AR, VR, and Touch technologies

With Gravity Sketch there is no need to learn CAD, engineering vocabulary or cumbersome keyboard commands.

The Gravity Sketch team of Oluwaseyi Sosanya, Daniela Paredes Fuentes, Guillaume Couche and Pierre Paslier

Began working on the project whilst studying for their Masters in Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art.

ENDS

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If you would like further information or more images please contact

Kim Pham, RCA Press Office on t: +44 (0) 20 7590 4127, e: [email protected]

Notes to Editors

About the Royal College of Art

The Royal College of Art, the internationally renowned art and design university,

Provides students with unrivalled opportunities to deliver art and design projects that transform the world.

A small, specialist and research-intensive postgraduate university based in the heart of London,

Furthermore the RCA is a high performing institution, a radical traditionalist in a fast paced world.

The RCA’s approach is founded on the premise that art, design creative thinking, science, engineering and technology.

Must all collaborate to solve today’s global challenges.

The University employs around 1000 professionals from around the world .

Professors, researchers, art and design practitioners, advisers and visiting lecturers.

Which to teach and develop students in 30 academic programmes.

Royal College of Art  students are exposed to new knowledge in a way that encourages them to experiment.

Working across scientific and technical canvases and beyond set boundaries, RCA students seek to solve real-world problems.

The RCA runs joint courses with Imperial College London and the Victoria & Albert Museum.

InnovationRCA, the university’s centre for enterprise, entrepreneurship, incubation and business support,

has helped over 50 RCA business ideas become a reality that has led to the creation of over 600 UK jobs.

Alumni include David Adjaye, Christopher Bailey, Monster Chetwynd, David Hockney.

Also Tracey Emin, Thomas Heatherwick, Lubaina Himid, Clare Waight Keller and Rose Wylie.

The RCA was named the world’s leading university of art and design in the QS World Rankings 2019 for the fifth consecutive year.

About Innovation Royal College of Art

InnovationRCA is the Royal College of Art’s centre for enterprise and entrepreneurship, helping students and graduates transform compelling ideas into successful businesses.

It provides start-up incubation services, to help exceptional graduate start-ups with  compelling ideas rapidly generate technological, market or commercial proof of concept and transform into profitable and investable businesses.
It also incubates and manages the commercialisation of intellectual property created by graduates  helping them secure licenses and bring their products to market

Panther Dryers 700

Panther Dryers screen printing equipment

Panther Dryers

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Panther Dryers , they have been around a long time.

Over priced uk made DINOSAURS ready for the scrap yard.

Value less  Scrap metal .

Do their Panther Dryers really offer value for money ?

The WPS Panther 700 Texitunnel is the most popular tunnel dryer in the UK a proven workhorse

Built to last:Highly efficient t-shirt dryer

Suitable for any small or medium size t-shirt printing company using mainly “plastisol” printing inks.

Good for t-shirts, sweatshirts, working clothes, umbrellas and many more substrates.

  • Suitable for curing (plastisol inks)  up to 500 garments per hour
  • Suitable for curing air drying waterbased inks up to 600 garments per hour
  • For heat cured water based inks 2 passes is required (100 – 150 garments per hour)

Panther Dryers  Specifications

Length  – Overall 2 metres  (Inlet 59cm / Tunnel 109cm / Outlet 33cm)

Width – Maximum with control box on the side 97cm / maxium with screen printing  control box on the top 92cm / Tunnel (outside) 77cm / Transportband 70cm and Heaters 51.5cm

Electrical – available as 1 or 3 phase (380 volts / KW (total) 7.4 kw / Average power use per phase per hour 1.6 kw / Max power requirements per phase 11 amps

Belt Speed in m/min – 0

First and for most  they claim  this Panther dryer cures 500 prints on t.shirts an hour.

T.shirts  small to xl are 30 inches long and 20- 24″ wide.  A3 size print is 12 x 17″ long.

The  Panther  tunnel on the 700 model is 42″ long and 36″ wide..

Most reputable screen printing supplies of Plastisol inks.

CURING recommended by unon ink
For optimum curing, we recommend that a minimum
ink film temperature of 300°F (149°C). This can typically
be achieved by a dwell time in the oven of at least 1
minute in the oven set at a temperature above 300°F.

LETS DO THE ARITHMATIC

T. Shirts layed flat for consistant even curing .

Lay 3 end to end equates to 90″.  1 min inside the oven to travel 42″.

To be very kind and genorous , 120 prints an hour.

What beggers belief where did they come up with the figure 500?

Sounds like a load of shoe repairers.

The price is over £3000. you might as well flush your money  down the toilet.

Panther Dryer belt motor

Made by a company that manufactures wiper motors.

These were fitted to the  Mcfurson tunnel dryers 40 years ago they kept leaking oil.

Consequently they went bust!

WPS still peddals these  PantherDryers with these fitted wiper motors.

WPS also went into administration  3 years ago owing customers  and suppliers money.

Finally the sums and the facts dont lie.

Panther Dryer More updates and horror stories.

Watch this space.

HI All,
We have a Panther tunnel dryer which we purchased from Wicked Print over two years ago, it was fine for the first 18 months but since then we are on a third motor to drive the belt, a new Thermocouple
we are having problems with it not curing everything and the heat dropping up and down, does anyone have one or had the same problems?

https://www.dyesubforum.co.uk

OK, let’s try and keep it civil folks 🙂 We don’t tolerate rudeness from anyone on here.

I can’t comment on the actual machine. As you’ll know, WPS have recently been bought out.

Unfortunately this was just after they sold me a load of kit, most of which went back.

Even the pallette knife had to go back as it was like tin foil!

Everything that was ‘acceptable’ arrived damaged.

So if this is an ad for WPS (and i don’t believe it is!) I’d be the first to say steer clear!

I appreciate they’ve been bought out but when I approached the new owners about the (frankly) crap flash heater they ‘mis-sold’ me.

I was simply told that it wasn’t there problem as they’d just taken over the business following liquidation.

Very kindly they offered me a discount on future purchases but that’ll never happen!

  • The Panther 700 Texitunnel Conveyor Dryer

    Dave Roper has announced that it is now the exclusive dealers in the UK for Panther Dryers, “Europe’s first specialist manufacturer of electric screen printing tunnel dryers.”

    The dryers are made in the UK entirely from European parts, explains the company, which also reports that the dryers are low maintenance “as long as they are kept clean and are well looked after”.

    According to Dave Roper, there are a number of advantages to using the Panther dryers with their ceramic elements, such as “less energy, a longer life, equal drying speed, and the T-shirt remaining at a cool temperature.”

    Dryers can be customised to customers’ own specifications, explains the company, adding: “The Panther Dryer will offer you complete control over drying your garments.”

    Texitunnel 700 Panther Dryer. This dryer is designed with just one bank of elements – it is good for drying t-shirts after screen printing.

    FULLY CURING 500 A3 PRINTS AN HOUR WHITE ON BLACK , METALIC ON BLACK PULL THE OTHER ONE DAVE.!!!

    • Last used March 2018. Extractor fan not working but otherwise fully operational
    • Elements and thermocouples have been periodically replaced. Belts replaced.
    • Serviced by Panther on several occaions.
    •  sold as seen.  “The Panther Dryer
    • as you can see, they do not hold any value.

    SISS: WPS 700L Tunnel Dryer

    According to SISS, the WPS 700L Tunnel Dryer is its most popular dryer, with the company adding, “It is the most versatile and capable dryer in the marketplace.”

    Built by SISS (WPS) in the UK, it is ideal for DTG printers, says the manufacturer, curing both light and dark garments. It can also be used with manual and semi-automatic screen printers using plastisol, as well as water-based and water-based discharge ink, which the company says will be cured in a single pass.

    The dryer comes as standard with variable belt speed, temperature controls and an element array that can be moved up and down as needed, allowing it to accommodate large substrates. It uses ceramic infrared elements, which SISS says are efficient and long-lasting.

    The standard length of the dryer is 3m and it comes with air extraction and either a 70cm or 90cm wide belt. It is available in either three-phase or single-phase power formats and is, says SISS, “easy and cost-effective to maintain without the need of a rocket scientist!”

    www.inkandsolvents.co.uk

Screen Printing Supplies shop

  Screen Printing Supplies shop UK leading supplier

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Number 1 Screen Printing Supplies kent

Screen Printing Supplies shop focus on promoting.

Our high quality bare and meshed aluminum frames.

Silk Screen printing equipment in the UK market at competitive pricing.

Our Advantages that will benefit to clients.

Full series of screen printing supplies such as fabric mesh, squeegee, emulsion, inkjet films, washout booth.

Factory located in KENT UK

Which is the leading company of screen printing kits with more than 40 years’ experience.

Not only successful in Screen Printing products but also great in SMT frames with foils.

Our Advantages that will benefit to clients:

Full series of screen printing supplies , such as fabric mesh, squeegee, emulsion, inkjet films, washout booth.

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Washout Booth, screen Printing Film

Screen Coating Machine

Mechanical Stretching Machine 1 Color Screen Press Inkjet Transparency Film   Screen Printing Plate

Our Ink spatulas have natural wood handles, Stainless steel rivets and stainless steel blade.

The semi-flexible ink spatulas are easier to use.

Ink Spatulas are a key tool for overall profitability by keeping your ink distribution clean, easy, and fast.

Our semi-flexible blade is preferred by screen printers for stirring and mixing colours.

Therefore flexibility allows for easy ink application on the screen making specific quantities a lot easier to manage.

1 colour screen printing press  adopts full metal structure with parts of stainless steel materials,

which is in advanced electrostatic spraying, elegant appearance, convenient in cleaning and not rust.

It is especially suitable for single color T-shirt printing.

Composite structure & excellent packaging for convenient transportation.

Equipped with manual instruction and full set tools

The Screen Printing  supplies uk method.

The term refers to a method of pushing paint through a screen made of a fine mesh, prepared so that some of the mesh doesn’t let paint through, to create a design.

It is also known as silkscreen, silk-screening and serigraph referring to the original material that printing screens were made of and the ability to create a series of prints.

Screen Printing Supplies shop Substrate.

First the Substrate it the surface that is being printed.

Substrates are varied, with the most common ones being fabric and paper.

Screen printers will refer to their screens as having a substrate and a squeegee side,

Respectively the side where the screen touches the substrate and the side where the ink is pushed through with a squeegee.

Screen Printing Supplies shop  Squeegee:

A squeegee is similar to a wiper, used to squeeze ink through the mesh of the treated screen onto the substrate.

Squeegee blades can be hard or soft and can have square, rounded or pointed blade edges for the use on different substrates.

Durometer is the number indicating the hardness of the squeegee blade.

While higher the number the harder it is with 70 being the most common durometer.

Soft round squeegees are more often used for fabrics. While hard sharp edged and square squeegees do well on non-porous surfaces.

Screen Printing Products .

The screen mesh is the polyester used in screen printing for the screen.

It comes in a thread count of 15t to 200t. The higher the thread count, the less ink it will let through.

Screen mesh comes in either white or yellow.

When exposing a positive onto mesh the colour can make the difference between soft and sharp images.

White mesh reflects the light of the exposure to all sides and so creates softer lines while the coloured mesh with less reflection produces a sharper image.

Screen Printing Frame: Screen Printing Products

Last, but definitely not least, is the screen printing frame which holds the screen mesh.

They’re made from wood or aluminum.

Wooden frames don’t last anywhere near as long as aluminum frames which cost a great deal more.

Frames are often pre-tensioned

But re-tensionable frames with rolling bars that can tightened the mesh up to the tension required are also available.

Glass screen printing refers to take the glass pane or glass containers as the main products to use the screen printing mode.

All over the world glass plays a very important role in our daily life even in the modern nowadays.

As architectural decoration material, glass has the advantages of flat and transparent, can shelter from wind and rain, easy to scrub, etc.

screen printed glass  Screen Printing Products

Post-screen printed glass is more favorably welcomed by people used in interior or outdoor design and decoration.

Nowadays, glass containers have begun to apply to medical supplies, industrial products, and the high quality of glass products.

All decorated by screen printing technology will become the new growth point of glass printing.

Screen Printing Supplies shop is United kingdoms number one supplier of screen printing aluminum frame.

Silk Screen printing meshed frame.

Pre-stretched frame, Screen printing aluminum frame.

Finally Our Customers can buy our products in our webstore. sell online for free

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Is bidallhours.com.  Right for you?:

bidallhours.com. payment and sales management tools are right for any artist selling online and/or in-person.

Its free online store feature is a great option for artists who want to sell up to 250 .

finished items, mass-produced pieces, or digital download works on their website.

There is no  simpler solution than other online stores and lists items all on one page.

That’s why we say it’s best for artists selling around 250 items or less.

More than 50 per page can make your single page quite long.

You can categorize and sort listings any way you wish,

but they all appear in rows on a single web page.

Item listings do open in a pop-up page when clicked, so you can show plenty of item details.

But you can create categories on different pages using bidallhours.com. online store.

That said, what bidallhours.com. does,

It does incredibly well.

With your free online store, you can easily set up your site,

add products, choose a website address,

and start marketing, selling your art online within an afternoon.

It’s mobile-friendly, too.

bidallhours.com. is an especially good choice if you want to sell art both online

and in-person in your gallery, at art shows or markets, and through other in-person means.

All  payment options;

Online, mobile, and in-store point-of-sale.

Neatly tie your entire business together.

Leaving you more time to create.

List your website with confidence, let the world see you.

 

 

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See why so many people choose bidallhours to start and grow their online businesses and sell online free with bidallhours..

Before starting SaleHoo, I was an online seller on TradeMe,  New Zealand’s local auction site. I now  sell online free with bidallhours.

Like you, I had a long list of challenges that made running a profitable online business more difficult than it needed to be…

  1. I had a hard time finding wholesale and dropship suppliers with real wholesale prices…
  2. It was difficult to find suppliers who would work with a new business and offer low or no minimum orders…
  3. I couldn’t tell whether a supplier was legitimate, or if they would take my money and run…
  4. I struggled to decide which products to sell and when to sell them…
  5. The amount of information out there was overwhelming, but so much of it was out of date, low in quality, or just plain wrong…

…I wasted a lot of time trying to find the right suppliers, products, and info. Everything I needed to be successful was scattered between a bunch of websites, tools, and training resources.

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Despite these challenges, I did manage to run a profitable online business (eventually), and other sellers took notice and began asking me how I did it.

My answers weren’t very satisfying because my success was due to a lot of trial and error. This made me realize there had to be a better way…

So I teamed up with Mark Ling, a successful Internet entrepreneur, and started SaleHoo to give online sellers everything they need to be successful in one affordable place.

At SaleHoo, you’ll find…

  • 8,000+ trusted wholesale and dropship suppliers that we’ve personally reviewed
  • 1.6 million+ branded products you’ll recognize at prices that leave plenty of room for profit
  • SaleHoo’s staff offering 24/7 support and guidance, a massive and super helpful community of online sellers, and free training on all aspects of starting and growing your online business

Open a web store and See why so many people choose SaleHoo to start and grow their online businesses and sell online free with bidallhours..

Sounds great, right?

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But if you’re like most online business owners, especially new ones, your first question is, “How much is this going to cost me?”

So we’ve made SaleHoo affordable for anyone who is serious about owning a successful online business…

For less than lunch at a fast food restaurant each month, you’ll get full access to our suppliers, products, market research, training, and community, plus new features as they’re released and unlimited support.

You’ll get everything you need in one place, freeing up more time for selling, for only $67 USD per year ($5.58 per month).

Plus, we’ve made trying SaleHoo risk free. Your purchase is backed by a 60-day money-back guarantee.

137,000 (and counting) paying members from around the world believe joining SaleHoo is a good idea.

And it’s their success stories that keep us going.

From huge wins like Chris Botting, who went from $0 to $70,000 in four months…

“I started with nothing but a hope and a dream. With help from SaleHoo, I was able to source quality suppliers who were willing to give me a chance. Now, because of the lists provided by SaleHoo, after only 4 months in, my top line is $70,000 per year and growing. You have to start somewhere—and that’s a huge leap from $0 just 4 short months ago.”

…to Andrew Kowalchuk, a single dad of three who was able to quit his full-time job after only 3 months…

“I started an online business in no time. In as little as two to three months, I had easily matched my original salary. One month later, I quit my horrible 7-5 job, and ever since then, I have been spending nearly the whole day with my family.”

…to members who just want to make some extra money on the side to support their family after a financial setback, take an extra- special vacation, or supplement their regular income…

“Profits in 3 months were able to support my family when a family member went into the hospital and my husband lost his full-time job.”

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“Able to pay for more fun things to do for me and my children, including going on vacation for their birthday.”

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Where do you start to look for the  Cheapest Screen print supplies? First of all many people look for a basic list of the Cheapest Screen printing supplies and equipment. To over view the method of screen printing. Consequently  telling them the minimal tools and equipment they need as well as the basic steps  involved. We will break the process down and list the tools needed to start you off in screen printing. This will give you the most basic information to help you get started.

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 Most artwork is created using illustrator, Photoshop,coral draw free software like gimp and cad draw. vectors are best for illustrations (solid line work).
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After your artwork is created or separated you will need to convert it all to black and print it on a clear film, this is your film positive.
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You will need a screen to pass the ink through onto your shirt.

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Aluminium silkscreens, wooden silkscreens or precoated stencils.

Whrn you have decided which one to use, you will need to degrease it before you coat it with emulsion.

The precoated silkscreen and precoated stencil this has already been done.

The emulsion is a light sensitive liquid.

Which is coated on the mesh and dried, with a fan heater or oven.

Once it is dry, it is then exposed with the film positive under uv light in order to make a stencil.

This step will require screen making chemicals, a water hose and an exposure unit.

Furthermore another way to expose to uv light is using the sun. A sunlight precoated Aluminium screen or stencil sheet.

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1.LED UV Exposure unit. to make stencils using light sensitive emulsion on the silkscreen.
2.Wash out booth with water sprayer. To wash out and clear the image on the screen.
3.Drying oven or fan heater. To dry the silk screens after preparing them for emulsion or coating the with emulsion.

4.A darkroom, or subdued light room. for coating your screens and storing the coated silk screens for future use.
5.Screen printing press, jiffy clamps or silkscreen carousel. To print your t.shirts, Hoodies, fabric with ease and consistency.
6. Flash cure unit or heat gun. To flash dry between colours or to fully cure single colours
7. A Tunnel  conveyor dryer. To fully cure your print, water based ink at 185 deg c, plastisol ink at 155 deg c.
8. Washout booth and pressure washer. To reclaim  so you can reuse your screens.

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9. Coating trough. To coat your silk screens with emulsion.

10. squeegee. wooden or aluminium , to push the ink through the silk screen.

11.Screens stretched with mesh. to make your stencils on and print your shirts.

12. Spatulas. To take the ink from the bucket and place on the screen. for removal of ink and back in the bucket.

13. Ruler and T square . To mark the mounting pallets to align artwork film and fabric positioning with a felt tip pen.

14. Heat reader. Infra red hand held temperature laser thermometer to check the curing temperature of the printed ink.

15. Spot cleaning gun. To remove unwanted marks of ink on the t.shirts and hoodies. 16. Scrub brushes.

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